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7 December 2012
The new issue of FourFourTwo includes the Top 100 Players in the World – and there aren't many Englishmen in it. But as Joshua Smith reports, it's all part of the process...
7 December 2012
Michael Cox evaluates the development of Arsene Wenger's engine room since 2006
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6 December 2012
FourFourTwo.com editor Gary Parkinson wonders why the kerfuffle when a multi-venue Euro 2020 was inevitable, if not even preferable...
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6 December 2012
Does it matter if you finish top or second in your Champions League group? Sir Alex Ferguson, whose Manchester United team topped their group, thinks so ("You hope you do finish top. There are certain teams there [that you want to avoid]"), while Arsene Wenger of runners-up Arsenal says "we play the second game away, but that is not statistically proven to be such a disadvantage ". But whatever the managers may say, you can prove that it does matter by crunching the numbers.
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6 December 2012
Well, that’s certainly one way to get out of a pickle. On Wednesday, LLL brought you the news that Marca in a bit of a sulk had a completely different opinion on when Leo Messi would beat Gerd Müller’s 85 goals in a calendar year record. According to the Madrid-based paper, the Argentinean’s first against Athletic Bilbao was in fact an own-goal, despite the referee’s report stating otherwise.
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6 December 2012
The burly Serb is set for another spell in the physio room, as Back of the Net's John Foster reports...
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6 December 2012
In a new fortnightly feature, FourFourTwo will be picking the brains of the team at ESPN’s football debate show, ESPNFC PressPass.
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5 December 2012
Valencia’s journey to Lille for Wednesday's Champions League clash probably wasn’t a fun affair for the players. La Liga Loca imagines that their monosyllabic midfielders will have had the volume on their over-sized headphones cranked up to 11, as they gazed glumly at mobile phones wondering whether or not to send that fine-tempting Tweet or hassle their agents for the fifth time that morning. 
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5 December 2012
FourFourTwo has been granted unprecedented access to one of the world's biggest and most famous football clubs – Arsenal. We sent journalist and broadcaster Sam Delaney to have a snoop around at the North London club to find out what makes the Gunners tick, and his findings are in the new issue of FourFourTwo - out now. Here, Sam describes his month peeking behind the curtain at the Emirates Stadium...

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